ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELING
Individual Counseling for Women
- Addiction Education
- Individualized Treatment Plans
- Relapse Prevention Planning
- Chronic Relapse Issues
Women’s Issues Related to Substance Abuse
- Shame and Guilt
At Women’s Pathways to Health, substance abuse counseling focuses on resolving the issues underlying the symptoms. This includes an assessment of the biological, psychological and social components of chemical addiction.
Clients address areas of shame and guilt, trauma, and self-esteem, as they relate to their addiction. They also learn and practice new coping skills and tools to replace old behaviors associated with drug and alcohol use.
The modalities utilized encompass a holistic approach to heal the whole person – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. This counseling approach respects where the client is on their healing journey and each woman receives a specialized treatment plan specific to her needs.
To schedule an appointment or to learn more about this program, please contact Mel Scholl at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-791-6330.
“Having Mel for a counselor when I was in treatment is one example of how creator truly works through others.
Mel helped me to re-frame the issues that contributed to my self-defeating behavior. She enabled me to feel at ease with her and myself, and never did I feel invaded or uncomfortable, especially since it was in my early recovery and my trust was still very low.
Mel has integrity, compassion, and passion in helping others be free of self doubt and criticism. She truly understands the barriers we women face in this society, and she helped me to embrace my self worth.
Thank you Mel for all you do! ”
“Mel was the first person I met after becoming sober who seemed to really understand what I was going through; and I truly believe she was one of the key people who helped me turn my life around and see there was another way of living than what I knew.
Mel, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your help. The work you do is so incredibly important for people like us and I now am making it my mission to help people in the same way you have helped me.”